Lady lands dream job caring for cats

Compiled by C. ARUNO, PAVITHRA RAMAN and R. ARAVINTHAN

A WOMAN turned the envy of many after she was employed to change into a full-time nanny to 2 cats for six,000 yuan (RM4,000) a month, China Press reported.

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“The two cats live in the office. They have their own room. My job is to feed them, give them water, and trim their nails,” Liu Hui (not her actual title) from China’s Jiangxi province advised reporters.

She was initially employed in August as an administrative assistant for a corporation promoting electrical home equipment.

Regardless that she was being interviewed for an administrative job, the corporate requested her if she can be snug caring for the proprietor’s cats. She stated she would, they usually employed her straight away.

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“I love pets. I have a dog. While I have always wanted a cat, I do not have the means to get my own.

“This job allows me to fulfil my dream of having cats,” she stated.

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Liu turned essentially the most trending subject on Chinese language social media after her job scope got here to gentle.

> Pianist Li Yundi is ready to make a comeback to the music scene after protecting a low profile for 2 years following his arrest for allegedly soliciting a prostitute, Sin Chew Every day reported.

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This was revealed throughout a live performance by Croatian pianist Maksim Mrvica in Australia lately.

Born in Chongqing, China, Li, 39, is anticipated to carry out in November 2023 in Sydney.

Nonetheless, there have been blended reactions by Web customers in China to the information.

Whereas some condemned him, others felt there was nothing China may do to cease him from performing abroad.

Li was reported to have been detained by Beijing police in October final yr.

His membership within the Chinese language Musicians’ Affiliation was revoked and he was banned from performing in China.

Li is thought for being the youngest pianist to win the XIV Worldwide Chopin Piano Competitors in 2000 on the age of 18.

The above articles are compiled from the vernacular newspapers (Bahasa Malaysia, Chinese language and Tamil dailies). As such, tales are grouped in response to the respective language/medium. The place a paragraph begins with a >, it denotes a separate information merchandise.

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